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    Frog legs


    Rattlesnake


    Mealworms


    Scorpions (would try this before grasshoppers)


    Turtle


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    frogs legs are tasty but very insubstantial in size ie gotta kill a bunch of froggies for a decent meal


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    I wanna try them.


    I also kinda wanna eat escargot.


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    escargots are disappointing for me as really it's only the great garlic sauce they are served with that has flavour


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    I love frog legs and escargot.


    This year I'm hoping to get some woodchuck and coyote. If I get the chance, maybe possum and porcupine too. It all depends on what my nephew manages to trap for me.


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    I used to work at a restaurant that had frogs legs on the menu and cooking them always made me laugh as they were deep fried and these stupidly skinny little legs would rise to the top when done, also another place I was at had a plate of different type of things to try like widgety grubs, crocodile, emu and kangaroo, think it was called the SAS plate.


    Yes I agree with Jedi it is the yummy garlic butter that makes the escargot taste nice, it’s like eating garlic flavoured snot. Oh and also have cooked brains and they look very grey and unappealing.


    I wouldn’t mind trying grasshopper or crickets, at least they would be nice and crunchy. Also wouldn't mind learning more about bush tucker, I learnt about it as a kid but have forgotten a lot of it.


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    frog legs in coconut curry --- yummy

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    I like escargot, it reminds me of mushrooms (love those too). Other people have said the same, if you love mushrooms you'll like escargot as well. The buttery garlic is also delicious

    You are what you eat,
    and what you eat eats too - Michael Pollan


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    All those snails in the gardens of California are escaped escargots! I often thought of eating them but read in a number of places that they taste reflects what they've been eating. Ivy not being my favorite salad - Hey! How many carbs DOES ivy have?


    Commercial escargot are fed grains to keep the flavor mild.


    And it certainly IS the sauce that makes them worth eating.


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    escragots in France are not fed grains and are gathered from the vineyards!


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